The “FBI” Is Going Phishing — Here Are Five Ways to Protect Your Personal Information

04/04/2018 10:24
by Jason Hanson   When it comes to cybercrime, the statistics are startling… A University of Maryland study indicates that hackers are attacking computers and networks at a “near-constant rate,” averaging one attack every 39 seconds The same study found that cybercrime affects nearly 40% of Americans every year. However, according to the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, that number is much higher. It says 143 million American consumers were victims of cybercrime last year, which is more than half the adult online population Eighty percent of U.S. consumers have an in-home network, and one in 10 has experienced a...

The 2nd Amendment - The Framers Intentions

04/03/2018 10:25
    by Daniel J. Schultz     The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." The reference to a "well regulated" militia, probably conjures up a connotation at odds with the meaning intended by the Framers. In today's English, the term "well regulated" probably implies heavy and intense government regulation. However, that conclusion is erroneous. The words "well regulated" had a far different meaning at the time the Second Amendment was drafted. In the context of the...

Hilton’s Trofi Restaurant deserves a One Star rating

04/02/2018 10:48
by Allen Williams   This past Friday March 30, a small group of about 20 people including myself gathered to celebrate the days of unleavened bread at a special dinner at the Doubletree Hotel Trofi restaurant in Overland Park.  A number of local eateries offer private dining for a fee or on a food and beverage basis.                                                      **Doubletree  Hotel...
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Political Prisoners in the United States

Martin Gottesfeld is a human rights activist facing up to 15 years in federal prison under the CFAA for helping save Justina Pelletier.

Martin Gottesfeld is a computer engineer and tireless champion for children whose wrongful imprisonment has been documented by Michelle Malkin, Rolling Stone, and numerous others.

In 2014, Marty, as his friends and family call him, defended the life of then-15-year-old Justina Pelletier as well as the rights of her parents. The Pelletiers had brought Justina to Harvard-affiliated Boston Children's Hospital (BCH) with a referral to see a specialist who had treated her before at nearby Tufts Medical Center. However, when Justina arrived she was instead seen by a different set of less experienced doctors who incorrectly challenged her existing physical diagnosis in favor of a mental one. They wanted to stop her pain and heart medications, amongst others. 

When her parents refused and tried to discharge Justina to her return to her previous doctors, BCH called Child Protective Services (CPS) and told them the Pelletiers were guilty of "medical child abuse" for treating Justina for her physical condition and refusing to consent to exclusively psychiatric care. 

CPS sided with BCH and took custody. A short time later, against her and her family's wishes, Justina's medications were stopped and BCH locked her in its now-notorious Bader 5 psych ward.